The Lake District contains some of the most beautiful scenery in England. It has hundreds of fells which create a vast terrain of rugged mountains.
Langdale is a real jewel amongst the Lakeland valleys, breathtakingly beautiful and surrounded by mountains. We summit Pavey Ark & Harrison Stickle which allows us an introduction to scrambling with amazing views.
The following day, although shorter, allows us to build on our new skills as we ascend a rock scramble in Yewdale. This provides unrivalled views to Coniston and beyond.
This trip offers a great introduction to the sport of scrambling and is equally suitable for those with no previous scrambling experience or seasoned scramblers.
- 2 days guiding
- Distance - 6 miles/10 km
- Height Gain -3166 ft/950 metres
- Highest Summit - Harrison Stickle 2453 ft/736 metres
- Amazing scenery through The Lake District.
- We run this trip between April and October.
The trip starts with a meet up on a Friday evening and finishes on the Sunday. Your guide (a qualified mountain leader) will meet you for a briefing. A typical itinerary looks like this.
|Friday||Meet at arranged pick up point for transfers to hotel accommodation. If you are arriving by car we can meet at the hotel, otherwise a train to Oxenholme, Lake District is possible. Relax and enjoy an evening meal. Evening briefing, route planning & kit preparation.|
|Saturday||Breakfast and depart for Langdale to ascend Pavey Ark via the grade 1 scramble of Jacks Rake. Enjoy a drink or two at the Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel, Langdale before transfer back to hotel accommodation.
|Sunday||Breakfast and depart for Yewdale to ascend Raven Crag via grade 2 scramble. Enjoy a post trip drink at The Sun Inn, Coniston before farewells & onward transfers.|
Please note: This itinerary is a guide only. It can be subject to change dependent upon viability, course members' fitness, weather conditions or for any other reason the guide may deem necessary. Every effort is made to fit the course around your needs and abilities.
To do this trip you need to have a certain level of fitness and a head for heights. This should not be your first mountain outing, previous hill walking experience is required and the fitter you are the more you will enjoy your trip.
The days will be long, approximately 4-7 hours of mountain walking and scrambling. You need to feel comfortable carrying a small day-sack and walking for extended periods and during adverse weather conditions, therefore a few training walks and visits to the gym will undoubtedly add to your overall enjoyment of the trip.
We recommend that you follow a fitness plan in preparation for your challenge, an example of one will be sent to you when you have confirmed your booking.
Although the fitness plan we will send to you has been devised by a fitness professional, this is only provided as a guide and you should seek professional advice before starting your own fitness regime.
This trip is available for groups and can be run on any dates of your choice between April and October. Please call us on 017683 71289 for further details, help or advice on booking this adventure or click the register interest button.
Price: £299 per person
The cost of this trip is £299 per person. A deposit of £99 per person is required with completion of your booking form. The remaining balance of £200 is then due 10 weeks prior to your departure.
Price & Inclusions
- Professional event organisation.
- Qualified mountain leaders/mountaineering instructors
- Briefing, route planning and equipment check to ensure you have everything you need to fully enjoy the following days.
- 2 nights twin room accommodation with breakfast. Single rooms are available at a supplement.
- Group first aid kit with qualified first aider.